Madam Satan
Madam Satan (1930)

Cecil B. DeMille's only musical is the tale of an urban socialite (Kay Johnson) who masks herself as the steamy 'Madame Satan' to win back her husband (Reginald Denny) from the arms of a chorus girl (Lillian Roth). In a… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: September 20, 1930
DVD Release Date: March 17, 1993
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Elliott Stein
Film Comment Magazine

It is an oddity and a half, but not nearly as good a picture as Dynamite, made by De Mille the year before, also starring the delicious Kay Johnson.

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Rob Gonsalves

"Once it starts to sparkle, it doesn't stop until it stops."

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Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

A stinker.

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Antonius Block
The first part of this movie is just awful, and I think everyone but the most forgiving of viewers will find themselves rolling their eyes, cringing, or maybe… More